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Federal District Distrito Federal Federal district Flag of Federal District Flag Coat of arms of Federal District Coat of arms Motto: VENTVRIS VENTIS "To the coming winds" Location of Federal District in Brazil Location of Federal District in Brazil Coordinates: 15°47′42″S 47°45′28″W Country Brazil Seat of government Brasília Government

• Governor Rodrigo Rollemberg (PSB)

Area

• Total    5,802 km2 (2,240 sq mi)

Area rank 27th Population (February 2017)[1]

• Total    3,013,144
• Rank  20th
• Density       520/km2 (1,300/sq mi)
• Density rank  1st

Demonym(s) Brasiliense GDP

• Year     2014 estimate
• Total US$112.404 billions(PPP) US$84 billions (8th)
• Per capita    US$40.288[2] (PPP) US$32.175 (nominal) (1st)

HDI

• Year     2014
• Category      0.839 [3] – very high (1st)

Time zone BRT (UTC−03:00)

• Summer (DST)     BRST (UTC−02:00)

Postal code 70000-000 to 73690-000 ISO 3166 code BR-DF Website df.gov.br

São Paulo Municipality Município de São Paulo Municipality of São Paulo From the top, left to right: São Paulo Cathedral, United Nations Business Center, São Paulo Museum of Art on Paulista Avenue, Paulista Museum, Bandeiras Monument, Octávio Frias de Oliveira Bridge, and overview of the historic downtown from Altino Arantes Building From the top, left to right: São Paulo Cathedral, United Nations Business Center, São Paulo Museum of Art on Paulista Avenue, Paulista Museum, Bandeiras Monument, Octávio Frias de Oliveira Bridge, and overview of the historic downtown from Altino Arantes Building Flag of São Paulo Flag Coat of arms of São Paulo Coat of arms Nickname(s): Terra da Garoa (Land of Drizzle); Sampa; "Pauliceia" Motto: "Non ducor, duco" (Latin) "I am not led, I lead" Location in the state of São Paulo Location in the state of São Paulo São Paulo is located in Brazil São PauloSão Paulo Location in Brazil Coordinates: 23°33′S 46°38′W Country Brazil State Bandeira do estado de São Paulo.svg São Paulo Founded January 25, 1554 Government

• Type     Mayor-council
• Mayor João Doria (PSDB)
• Vice Mayor    Bruno Covas (PSDB)

Area

• Municipality     1,521.11 km2 (587.3039 sq mi)
• Metro 7,946.96 km2 (3,068.338 sq mi)

Elevation 760 m (2,493.4 ft) Population (2016)[1][2] 12,038,175

• Rank     1st
• Density       7,913.29/km2 (20,495.3/sq mi)
• Urban 12,038,175
• Metro 21,242,939
• Metro density 2,673.09/km2 (6,923.3/sq mi)

Demonym(s) Paulistano Time zone BRT (UTC−3)

• Summer (DST)     BRST (UTC−2)

Postal Code (CEP) 01000-000 Area code(s) (+55) 11 HDI (2014) 0.829 very high[3] GDP (PPP) $477 billion[4] GDP (per capita) $39,624[4] Website São Paulo, SP

State of Paraná State Flag of State of Paraná Flag Coat of arms of State of Paraná Coat of arms Anthem: Hino do Paraná Location of State of Paraná in Brazil Location of State of Paraná in Brazil Coordinates: 24°0′S 51°0′W Country Brazil Capital and Largest City Curitiba Government

• Governor Beto Richa (PSDB)
• Vice Governor Cida Borghetti (PP)

Area

• Total    199,314.9 km2 (76,955.9 sq mi)

Area rank 15th Population (2014)[1]

• Total    11,800,000
• Rank  6th
• Density       59/km2 (150/sq mi)

Demonym(s) Paranaense GDP

• Year     2014 estimate
• Total US$174 billions (PPP) US$148 billions (nominal) (5th)
• Per capita    US$15,581 (PPP) US$12,540 (nominal) (7th)

HDI

• Year     2014
• Category      0.790[2] - high (4th)

Time zone BRT (UTC-3)

• Summer (DST)     BRST (UTC-2)

Postal Code 80000-000 to 87999-999 ISO 3166 code BR-PR Website pr.gov.br

Minas Gerais State State of Minas Gerais Flag of Minas Gerais Flag Coat of arms of Minas Gerais Coat of arms Motto: Libertas Quæ Sera Tamen (Latin) "Freedom albeit Late" Location of State of Minas Gerais in Brazil Location of State of Minas Gerais in Brazil Coordinates: 19°49′S 43°57′W Country Brazil Capital and largest city Belo Horizonte Government

• Governor Fernando Pimentel (PT)

Area

• Total    586,528.29 km2 (226,459.84 sq mi)

Area rank 4th Population (2012)[1][2]

• Total    19,855,332
• Estimate (2015)       20,869,101
• Rank  2nd
• Density       34/km2 (88/sq mi)
• Density rank  14th

Demonym(s) Mineiro GDP

• Year     2014 estimate
• Total US$295 billions (PPP) US$219.569 (nominal) (3rd)
• Per capita    US$14.157 (PPP) US$10.521 (nominal) (10th)

HDI

• Year     2014
• Category      0.769 – high (8th)

Time zone BRT (UTC-3)

• Summer (DST)     BRST (UTC-2)

Postal Code 30000-000 to 39990-000 ISO 3166 code BR-MG Website mg.gov.br

North Korea Country in East Asia

North Korea, officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, is a country in East Asia constituting the northern part of the Korean Peninsula. Pyongyang is the nation's capital and largest city. Wikipedia Capital: Pyongyang Supreme leader: Kim Jong-un Premier: Pak Pong-ju Population: 25.37 million (2016) Destinations: Pyongyang, Heaven Lake, more Points of interest Paektu Mountain Arch of Triumph Juche Tower More People also search for South Korea Korea United States of America More

Ku Klux Klan "KKK" redirects here. For other uses, see KKK (disambiguation). The Ku Klux Klan /ˈkuː ˈklʌks ˈklæn, ˈkjuː/,[7] commonly called the KKK or simply the Klan, is the name of three distinct movements in the United States that have advocated extremist reactionary positions such as white supremacy, white nationalism, anti-immigration and—especially in later iterations—Nordicism,[8][9] anti-Catholicism[10][11] and antisemitism.[11] Historically, the KKK used terrorism—both physical assault and murder—against groups or individuals whom they opposed.[12] All three movements have called for the "purification" of American society and all are considered right-wing extremist organizations.[13][14][15][16]

Ku Klux Klan KKK.svg Ku Klux Klan emblem In existence 1st Klan 1865–1871 2nd Klan 1915–1944 3rd Klan 1946–present Members 1st Klan Unknown 2nd Klan 3,000,000–6,000,000[1] (peaked in 1924–25) 3rd Klan 5,000–8,000[2] Properties Political ideology Neo-Confederate White supremacy White nationalism Nativism[3] Anti-immigration Anti-communism Christian terrorism[4][5] Anti-Catholicism Antisemitism Christian Identity Neo-fascism (third KKK) Neo-Nazism (third KKK) Espoused religion Protestantism[6]


A thermonuclear weapon is a second generation nuclear weapon design using a secondary nuclear fusion stage consisting of implosion tamper, fusion fuel, and sparkplug which is bombarded by the energy released by the detonation of a primary fission bomb within, compressing the fuel material (tritium, deuterium or lithium deuteride) and causing a fusion reaction. Some advanced designs use fast neutrons produced by this second stage to ignite a third fast fission or fusion stage. The fission bomb and fusion fuel are placed near each other in a special radiation-reflecting container called a radiation case that is designed to contain x-rays for as long as possible. The result is greatly increased explosive power when compared to single-stage fission weapons.

Nazi Party This article is about the German Nazi Party that existed from 1920 to 1945. For the ideology, see Nazism. For other Nazi Parties, see Nazi Party (disambiguation). The National Socialist German Workers' Party (German: About this sound Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei , abbreviated NSDAP), commonly referred to in English as the Nazi Party (/ˈnɑːtsi/), was a far-right political party in Germany that was active between 1920 and 1945 and practised the ideology of Nazism. Its precursor, the German Workers' Party (Deutsche Arbeiterpartei; DAP), existed from 1919 to 1920.

National Socialist German Workers' Party Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei Emblem of the National Socialist German Workers' Party Führer Anton Drexler (1920–1921) Adolf Hitler (1921–1945) Martin Bormann (1945) Founder Anton Drexler Founded 24 February 1920 Dissolved 10 October 1945 Preceded by German Workers' Party Headquarters Brown House, Munich, Germany[1] Newspaper Völkischer Beobachter Student wing National Socialist German Students' League Youth wing Hitler Youth

Deutsches Jungvolk League of German Girls Paramilitary wings Sturmabteilung Schutzstaffel Membership Fewer than 60 (1920) 8.5 million (1945)[2] Ideology National Socialism Pan-Germanism Lebensraum Political position Far-right[3][4] Colours Black, white, red (official, German imperial colours)[5]

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Founded 18th century Founding location China, notably Shanghai, Hong Kong, Canton, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore, other worldwide Chinatowns Years active 18th century – present Territory China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Vietnam, Korea, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, United States of America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, France, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, South Africa, Russia Ethnicity Chinese, Chinese-American, Chinese Canadian, Sino-Vietnamese, Chinese Filipino, Chinese Malaysian, Chinese Cambodian, Chinese Laotian, Chinese Singaporean, Thai Chinese, Chinese Indonesian, Chinese Australian, Chinese British Criminal activities Extortion, assault, racketeering, contract killing & prostitution, illegal gambling, loan sharking, counterfeiting, Copyright infringement, kidnapping, jewelry and gems heists, Hong Kong film industry,[1] Hong Kong music industry, drug trafficking, police corruption, political corruption, money laundering, arms trafficking, health care fraud, online fraud Sanhehui Traditional Chinese 三合會 Simplified Chinese 三合会 Literal meaning Three Harmonies Society Transcriptions Standard Mandarin Hanyu Pinyin Sān Hé Huì Wu Shanghainese Romanization Se-gheh-we Yue: Cantonese Jyutping Saam1 Hap6 Wui2 Southern Min Hokkien POJ Saⁿ-ha̍p-hōe

People's Republic of China 中华人民共和国 Zhōnghuá Rénmín Gònghéguó Flag of the People's Republic of China Flag National Emblem of the People's Republic of China National Emblem Anthem: "March of the Volunteers" 义勇军进行曲


Area controlled by the People's Republic of China shown in dark green; claimed but uncontrolled regions shown in light green. Area controlled by the People's Republic of China shown in dark green; claimed but uncontrolled regions shown in light green. Capital Beijing[a] 39°55′N 116°23′E Largest city Shanghai[1] Official languages Standard Chinese[2][b] Official script Simplified Chinese Recognised regional languages[3] Mongolian Tibetan Uyghur Zhuang various others Ethnic groups 91.51% Han[4] 55 Minorities[c] 1.30% Zhuang 0.86% Manchu 0.79% Uyghur 0.79% Hui 0.72% Miao 0.65% Yi 0.62% Tujia 0.47% Mongol 0.44% Tibetan 0.26% Buyei 0.15% Korean 1.05% others Religion See Religion in China Demonym Chinese Government Unitary one-party socialist republic[5] • Party General Secretary and President Xi Jinping[d] • Premier Li Keqiang • First Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli • Congress Chairman Zhang Dejiang • Conference Chairman Yu Zhengsheng • First Secretary of the Secretariat Liu Yunshan • Secretary of Discipline Inspection Commission Wang Qishan Legislature National People's Congress Formation • First Pre-imperial Dynasty c. 2070 bce • First Imperial Unification 221 bce • Republic established 1 January 1912 • People's Republic proclaimed 1 October 1949 Area • Total 9,596,961 km2 (3,705,407 sq mi)[e] (3rd/4th) • Water (%) 2.8%[f] Population • 2016 estimate 1,373,541,278 Increase[10] (1st) • 2010 census 1,339,724,852[11] (1st) • Density 145[12]/km2 (375.5/sq mi) (83rd) GDP (PPP) 2017 estimate • Total $23.2 trillion[13] (1st) • Per capita $16,676[13] (83rd) GDP (nominal) 2017 estimate • Total $11.8 trillion[13] (2nd) • Per capita $8,481[13] (72nd) Gini (2015) 46.2[14] high HDI (2015) Increase 0.738[15] high · 90th Currency Renminbi (yuan; ¥)[g] (CNY) Time zone China Standard Time (UTC+8) Date format yyyy-mm-dd or yyyy年m月d日 (CE; CE-1949) Drives on the right[h] Calling code +86 ISO 3166 code CN Internet TLD .cn .中國 .中国 A thermonuclear weapon is a second generation nuclear weapon design using a secondary nuclear fusion stage consisting of implosion tamper, fusion fuel, and sparkplug which is bombarded by the energy released by the detonation of a primary fission bomb within, compressing the fuel material (tritium, deuterium or lithium deuteride) and causing a fusion reaction. Some advanced designs use fast neutrons produced by this second stage to ignite a third fast fission or fusion stage. The fission bomb and fusion fuel are placed near each other in a special radiation-reflecting container called a radiation case that is designed to contain x-rays for as long as possible. The result is greatly increased explosive power when compared to single-stage fission weapons.